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Boro v Sheffield W (A) 2-1 (McNair, Assombalonga)


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39 minutes ago, Redcar Rioja said:

Maybe tomorrow we can debate Pesticides and Fertilisers and their immediate effect on aquatic life as they drain off from the Riverside pitch into the nearby River Tees.

 

There's certainly been a lot of *** on that pitch this season 💩

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How can anyone find maddo irritating when he’s sitting next to Marc *** Drury, literally the most irritating tedious man to ever put his mouth to radio. The past couple of matches have been a breath of fresh air because we didn’t have to listen to Marc Drury go up his own *** on a tangent every 5 minutes.

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